Seven Of Cameroon Olympic Player Left The Athletes' Village


LONDON (AP) — Seven of Cameroon's Olympic competitors accept abolished from their official abode and may attack to seek cover in Britain, the arch of the African nation's appointment said Tuesday.

David Ojong, arch of mission for Team Cameroon, said the seven all currently authority visas allowing them to abide accurately in Britain until at atomic November.

Ojong said bristles boxers, a swimmer and a soccer amateur larboard the athletes' apple at the Olympic Park in Stratford, east London, over the weekend and accept not returned.

He called the missing athletes as swimmer Paul Ekane Edingue, women's goalkeeper Drusille Ngako and bristles boxers: Thomas Essomba, Christian Donfack Adjoufack, Abdon Mewoli, Blaise Yepmou Mendouo and Serge Abomo.

He said the Cameroon appointment consisted originally of 59 people, but 28 already accept alternate home, 24 abide in London and seven are missing.

Britain's Home Office, amenable for immigration, said it could not animadversion on whether any of the seven had activated for asylum.

Scotland Yard said it had accustomed no address that any Cameroon athletes were missing.

Before the Olympic aperture commemoration July 27, Sudan's admiral accepted that three athletes had gone missing. The Sudan leash had abounding a training camp, but absent the cut for the Olympics. Sudan's admiral said one had activated for cover and the two others were accepted to do so. 

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